In early April, we reveals that Destiny update 1.1.2 was around the corner and would bring massive changes with it. As of today, the newest update is live for PS3 and PS4 users and brings some major tweaks to the game as the world of Destiny prepares for the upcoming House of Wolves DLC that will launch in May. Some notable tweaks include increased vault slots, new audio controls, weapon tweaks, and the ability to lock items so no accidentally dismantled takes place.
With the new update, Destiny will also be able to take advantage of PS4′s new suspend/resume feature. After the jump, the full Destiny update 1.1.2 changelog awaits you.
When PlayStation Now initially launched, the service was limited to allowing you to rent games on a title-by-title basis. While great for those who wanted an occasional game, it left something to be desired for gamers who wanted to sample all kinds of games or binge-game over their weekend. Months later, Sony would also introduce a subscription service which, for $20/mo, allowed you to game as much as you wanted. Just last week, we released a list of games that’s available for rent via PlayStation Now. After the jump, we have a list of games that’s available via the subscription service which differs from the rental library.
Sometimes it’s hard to differentiate the difference between downloading a new game and a software update when the update alone is over 600MB. Such is the case of LittleBigPlanet 3 update 1.06, which was released for PS4 (616MB) and PS3 (162MB). The update is designed to address a number of fixes to help improve the game’s stability and remedy a number of issues which will be outlined after the jump.
In addition to bug fixes, new features are being added to the game like new sorting and filtering options to the game’s text search. PS4 users will also enjoy some additional visual tweaks like Sackboy, OddSock, Toggle and Swoop appearing to be wet after swimming in water. The full LittleBigPlanet 3 update 1.06 changelog awaits you after the jump.
In Flanders fields the poppies blow,
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky,
The larks, still bravely singing, fly,
Scarce heard amid the guns below.
These words were written by Lt. Col. John McCrae during the Great War (1914-18). Here in Canada, across Europe and other former British Colonies we marked the centennial anniversary of the start of the First World War this past July. Just prior to that on June 24th 2014 Ubisoft Montpellier released a small game to commemorate the occasion. After the jump, we have the details on this bite sized, but highly rated game.
With PlayStation 4 system update 2.50, gamers were granted the ability to suspend/resume a game which translates into drastically shorter times when turning off/on your console and getting back into your previous game. While many games support the feature right out of the gate, Destiny, one of the most popular games on PS4, lacked the ability to utilize the newly added feature. With Destiny update 1.1.2, all that will change as Bungie will bake in the functionality. Beyond that, other major tweaks will be coming to Destiny like larger vault sizes in preparation for the upcoming House of Wolves expansion.
More details after the jump.
Welcome to the family, Spotify! In an exclusive partnership with PlayStation Music, the music streaming service arrived on PS3 and PS4 on Monday, offering users access to “more than 30 million songs and 1.5 billion playlists” on their console. The best part? You don’t even need PS Plus or Spotify Premium to use it.
Check it out after the jump.
Welcome to the PlayStation Store update for March 31, 2015. We have a great update this week packed full of new content and sales. PlayStation 4 users now can continue jump into the highly anticipated Axiom Verge and owners of each systems can jump into the new season of baseball in MLB 15 The Show.
PlayStation 3 users can now play Anna- Extended Edition and PlayStation Vita users can now enjoy Toukiden: Kiwami. This also marks week five of the annual Spring Fever sale which is featuring discounts on Axiom Verge and the Batman Franchise.
Finally, as you are probably aware PlayStation Plus users now receive all of their free games at the beginning of the month and then are given discounts on extra content the rest of the month. The PlayStation Plus games for March include Valiant Hearts (PS4), Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishment (PS3), and CounterSpy (3 way cross buy).
Sony is officially rolling out PlayStation Vue streaming TV service. Compatible on PS3 and PS4, PlayStation Vue will be available to those in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago with plans to grow to other major cities over the year. With lots of channel options and different pricing structures available, cord cutters might have a new champion on their side, all be it in currently limited areas. After the jump, full details on PlayStation Vue.